From Library Journal
This is a compendium of data dealing with gay men and lesbians, mixing biography, history, the arts, and useful daily life information. A cross between the World Almanac and the People's Almanac , it provides information not easily found elsewhere, such as national hotline numbers, a dictionary of gay slang, descriptions of gay communities in major cities, Congressional voting records, sample workplace policies about AIDS, etc. One might quibble over some of the entries, but most libraries will want both reference and circulating copies of this first edition of an almanac the publisher plans to revise and expand "every year or two." A monthly feature from this almanac is to be serialized in gay newspapers. Index and some illustrations not seen.- James E. Cook, Dayton & Montgomery Cty. P.L., Ohio
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